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Tacos in the city have reached epic proportions. Jaime Gonzales, a 23-year-old associate director of the TACO, believes it to be a phenomenon that is deservedly.
. developing. «I guess people figured out they can make more money out of «ice» burgers and frozen entrees. The taco food business is going fine,'» Gonzales said. «People want quick service – – like Mexican fast food.»
His business includes a chain of taco stands and a taco truck. But the newest development, soon to be on four poles in the RML Plaza at Clay and 17th, is on the opposite side of the TACO. The sign is up, and Gonzales has been promoting the taco truck at his location’s March 25 birthday party. The taco truck will be featured at this years’ Hog Wise festival, he said.
«I’m trying to move it north, where., â€¢,
. the. best restaurants are, » he said. «People aren’t going to get three veg.
tucos every day, but they can get one meat taco and a pair of chips for a couple of dollars.»
It seems Taco Chicola’s development is in line with the taco’s evolution from a San Francisco novelty to an all-time favorite in even the most distant corners of the state. «We want to be the people’s taco,» said Gonzales, «and the people’s taco is to be eaten by everyone. That’s our goal.»
Taco Chicola is no stranger to the state. The company first opened its doors in El Paso in 1991. The first taco truck, a TACO loaded with cilantro and grilled pablum (mashed potato), was an immediate hit. The El Pasoan then turned it into a chain of El Paso taco trucks, Fiesta Burgers and later the regular truck.
But the El Pasoan also moved into other states and even countries, including Madrid, Spain, and Tokyo.
«We’ve been everything you can think of: New Mexico, Texas, California,» said Gonzales. «The taco is a good idea everywhere.»
Home is now apparently a Taco Chicola, where tacos are served in the area both in the truck and at two «chip parlors» on Baca Avenue and Main Street. The «chip parlor» on Baca Avenue has enjoyed a steady stream of
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Do you think you know how high on a scale a minor cotton shortage would even register? The Department of Agriculture is predicting that from 2% to 5% of the U.S. cotton crop will not make it to maturity, a similar production level as last year. The lowest level would see a nationwide yield of 5.2 million bales, which is barely half the estimated 6.5 million bales last year. Between last year and this year, the USDA has seen a fall in cotton prices, which amounts to about $2.5 billion in lost revenue for the cotton farmers.
«The present situation calls for an extremely careful approach to the rest of the season if we want to prevent a curtailment of industry production,» said J.B. Tydingco, chairman of the National Cotton Council and a Texas cotton farmer. He asked cotton industry and cotton farming groups to work with grain elevators to avoid «a sudden shake-up of the futures markets,» if necessary.
A similar scenario unfolded this year as the U.S. Department of Agriculture predicted last year that only 55% of the cotton crop would make it to maturity. Instead, the U.S. cotton crop that hit the market last year was the lowest in the history of the Cotton Act, at 5.1 million bales.
Cotton security has been a hot topic among industry groups and the U.S. government. The USDA decided to use commercial cotton futures prices as the primary source to determine the price for the crop after farmers reported to the agency that there would not be enough quality bales to fill an allotted market. However, futures prices did not accurately reflect the reality of the crop, as the U.S. had been exporting its entire crop, and in the spirit of trade, the export market was actually being leased out to foreign suppliers.
The market had jumped up to $2.3 billion in October of last year, the peak of the futures trading period for cotton, but after October, prices crashed, and the value dropped to $1.9 billion in November. Then, things started to get worse. The futures markets are a kind of insurance system for cotton farmers. If the price of cotton starts to decline, cotton farmers can lock in the futures contract price. By putting those contracts to the market, the USDA’s forecasts would be accurate and the value of the crop
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An attic-level door and a closet-door in the family’s one story house provided the only inside chances of escape for 15-year-old Chuck Wallace.
Wallace was taken from his home Friday night after parents were awakened by noises he made in the house.
The 9-year-old son was found by parents was found by parents in the home Saturday afternoon, but yesterday police and fire officials were not certain whether Wallace had died.
Police would not release the boy’s condition yesterday because relatives requested hospital care for a heart condition.
A team was formed to hunt down clues in the remote East Sacramento area.
The youth, said to be a football player, was supposed to spend the night with a friend Saturday. He was last seen at the home of a neighbor.
Wallace’s body was found shortly after 7 p.m. Saturday by firefighters probing an attic fire at an apartment building across the street from the Wallace home.
Wallace’s body was discovered in a closet in a bedroom in the second-story apartment.
He had been dead since Friday night, and his body was found with hands and feet bound, a police report said.
Although Wallace did not appear to have been physically assaulted, his parents said he had been confined.
Wallace’s father said his son was «kept in very tight quarters.»
The teen was sleeping in the attic of his family’s brick house in the 100 block of Atkinson Avenue in East Sacramento.
In addition to the house, there was a woodshed. and a deck in the rear.
The West Sac board of welfare had been contacted, but no one had made a report to the agency, the boy’s father said.
His parents and two brothers, ages 9 and 11, sleep in a second-story apartment at the back of the house, he said.
As was their custom, the family had recently switched from couch to bed on the upper floor, he said.